Interviews

How Mary-Mitchell Campbell's Troubled Past Led to a Bright (but Busy) Future

The Broadway professional and philanthropist discusses what she gives up in order to give back.

Julia Stiles Travels Back to the Stage in a Downtown Train to Phoenix

The film actress recounts her childhood in the theater, from the Chekhov she had to muscle through to the "fluke" that led to her stage debut.

RuPaul's Drag Race Runner-Up Alaska Sashays Into Sex and the City: Live!

This queen has a lot to say about drag, theater, and the beloved San Francisco institution known as Trannyshack.

Ally Sheedy Joins Director James Franco for The Long Shrift at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater

The former Brat Packer discusses how Franco's acting background makes him a natural as a director.

Kathleen Marshall Is Living on Love With Her Williamstown Theatre Festival Debut

The three-time Tony Award winner discusses straying from musical theater as the director of Joe DiPietro's new play.

Days of Our Lives Star Kevin Spirtas on Tabloid Magazines and the Rise of Mr. Confidential

The daytime-TV veteran jumps into the New York Musical Theatre Festival for the second year in a row.

In Maestro Bernstein, Hershey Felder Embodies the Famed West Side Story Composer

And he reveals why Bernstein would have found this headline infuriating.

Dee Roscioli, Donna Vivino, and Kate Fahrner Talk Wicked, the Secret Allure of Tax Accounting, and Their Latest Gig

Two Elphabas and one Glinda discuss their upcoming NYMF show, The Gig, set during the twilight of the big Catskills resorts.

With a Second Season and Hulu Distribution on the Horizon, It Could Be Worse for Wesley Taylor and Mitchell Jarvis

The Rock of Ages stars return to the small screen with the latest episodes of their popular series.